Lady Frogs Soar to No. 13 in Associated Press Rankings

Jeff Mittie's Lady Frogs are ranked 13th by the <i>Associated Press</i>.

Jeff Mittie's Lady Frogs are ranked 13th by the Associated Press.

Feb. 23, 2004

FORT WORTH, Texas

The latest Associated Press rankings have the TCU women's basketball team ranked higher than its ever been at 13th. The rating is also the second-highest for a Conference USA team by the AP. DePaul has the best mark at No. 12, which it achieved last week before falling to Houston and TCU over the weekend. Houston now stands 17th and the Blue Demons dropped to 20th.

TCU and the Lady Cougars will square off this Friday at 7 p.m. in Houston. Should TCU win, it would share the regular season conference championship with Houston and claim the No. 1 seed for the league tournament. The Lady Frogs are hosting the 2004 C-USA Women's Basketball Tournament over March 4-7 at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

ASSOCIATED PRESS TOP 25

1. Connecticut
2. Tennessee
3. Duke
4. Purdue
5. Texas
6. Penn State
7. Louisiana Tech
8. Texas Tech
9. Kansas State
10. Stanford
11. North Carolina
12. Minnesota
13. TCU
14. Colorado
15. LSU
16. Baylor
17. Houston
18. Auburn
19. Georgia
20. DePaul
21. Miami (Fla.)
22. Michigan State
23. Oklahoma
24. Vanderbilt
25. Ohio State

 

 


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